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Tlm Minister of Finance In bis
Report to the A-viombly slides 'that
t-ie V.-M.S S. Company has been
jmid tlui mtlwidy of $ MOD per month
f;raiiti'.l by tlm last Legislature, and
rav.mmonds that a (similar grant bo
math1 al the present Session to l eil
itblo the Government to give M to
Midi steam linos as may be for the
i;t interests, "f tln country," Wo
jnay infer that tho idea is for tho
Legislature to npproputu.o a lump
pnni, and havo it to tho Cabinet to
decide as to what Hyu shall be sub
sidized, if any. One tfwusnud dol
bus per mouth fqr carrying our for
eign mails y; a pretty high price
and tliat is about nil that the P. M.
(Jo. have oue, seeing tlat addU
tio.ii to the 75 charged for a pas
pago jo. San Francisco by their
fitvatneva, tho Honolulu passenger
hail to beg for the privilege of nay
V an additional sum ofSlOU or
upwards for a place to sleep in,.
"What the country needs now) and
could afford to pay n ihiv subsidy
for, is an independent line of woll
uppoilitcd steamers between Hoio
nlu and San FraneiscOi
The bnrkontiiio Emma. Augusta
jailed oil thu -1th hist, for ,Poit
Townsend, to return with a cargo of
lumber for Capt. Hobron.
The schooner Anna, Cnpt. Me
CuUoch, sailed on the tith 'nisi;, for
aij Francisco with 5, SI) I bags of
.sugar, weighing 72li,(i!)." lbs., valued
at 8 Ki.u 10 1 1-100 ; and tho following
passengers: 5 1. 1'. lluldwht and fam
ily, Rev. F- 15. House and wife, Miss
Mary House, Miss Mary Ak'xauder,
and. C. II. Dickey.
Ililo Note?, '
The bustle in our harbor for the
last ?A" day.J, i-i past. Our island
steamer, the TV. II. Rood, has dis
charged, anil is now lying at anchor
in our bay.
The schooner Emma G'huulinn, of
San Francisco, has left us for Papai
kou, to take, on board sugar from
Messift. Hitchcock & Co. From there
tJm will return -to Ililo, to finish
loading for San Francisco.
' Our iniicfc town is jufat becoming a
bedlam, caused by the beer that is
vended by tho scoies of beer-shops
in our midst. A great majority oi
our native man and women spend
their hard earned money for beer,
ft exciting them almost equal to
Whisky. There are no less than 12
beer shops in Ililo, niul I have .hist
learned, that they are. strung all alojig
the road m Ililo dtstuct. Hero is u
cli.uice for your colons to display
' their p.Uiiotisni to have the people, I
would not dare suggest the remedy
to, diem. It require.-, immediate at
tention to save the c'U that will
otin: -vise follow.
"ANTED a Stonemason. Fur
particulars apply Ui Ut Hack-
fold & Co. 81
"J T.et, ll.o upper iturv. of a
house at .51 IJiouanlh k., con
tn'ming U lc;d,ro.nns. and a, parlor,
partly luniisliect, MiiiateH opposite
the V'l'aoe. t) coiuforis, bnihroom,
bta,blo,, &i luipiiio at J. Kobert-
hon iS? Co'h, cf.S l w
The Planters' Monthly,"
1'ylm & em's a v"l'.r..
pulerlptiou jirii'o i q1.m)u yi-ar,
yentl oi'ili-iii to
J. W. lloiiinnaoN & Cc.
Linen mI Cotton, fcbo.'tii.g,
TowIh and Toweling,
.lust received by
76 1W A. ft; Viegnoru, .y v
Tin; Hoi j. Mr. Knl'uu Hnd a Mil,
the lenor of Ylilch W to fori ml any
turlher sales of Government lands.
Thu same gentleman introduced a
resolution, (which was adopted with
out opposition) ashing the Minister
of the Inteiior for a detailed account
of tho Bureau of the General i'ost
Olllcc, fniu April 1, IGfiO, to July
The Hon, Mr. Kniilukou offered a
resolution, lulling upon llie Minister '
of Hie Interior 'to lay before thr
House all papers connected with the
leasing of tho Hawaiian Hotel to A.
Herbert and to J. K. McUrcw, and
all tiecounta. poi tabling theivlo of
cyery description ; also explanations
why the lease of said Hotel has not
been offered at auction, Carried.
Tho bill making Mahukonu, Ha
waii, a part olontry and departure
for foreign vessel.-., passed its final
There ho'tm; no business on tho
President's table, tho Assembly ad'
journcd at a little, past 11 o'clock,
Huiingtho Iodine on "Moderate
Drinking," at tho Foil street Church
on Sunday evening, the Reverend
speaker threw out a challenge, to
the effect that if any one would pro
cure a bottle of wine from any deal
er in the article in this city, which
on analysis should bo found to con
tain 3 per cent, of pure grape juice,
then he, the speaker, would pay tho
cost of such analysis. Is this lluisly,
and if so, why? When, at the festive
board the sparkling wine is passed,
while the genial host infoilns his
guests that this is the vintage of
IS , imported by thu highly res
portable 'inn of- & Co., is it
true that wo arc not drinking wjno
at all, and 'that the nice label and de
licious bouquet and all that is only
a delusion and a snaic?
The Steamers Likolike for AYind
w.rd, ports and Kilauca Hon for
Kahului, leave this afternoon at
Tho Bark Emerald which arrived
last Saturday 88 days from Port
Townsend, brought a cargo of lum
ber, consisting of 7S7,158 feet of
Pino, 51,200 Laths, 1755 Pickets to
Messrs. H. Hackfold & Co,
Tho first Giand Loan Exhibition
over undertaken in Honolulu, was
formally opened last evening, and
we feel justified in pronouncing it,
at the outset, a grand success. Tho
only ceremony at the opening was
an address by tho Chairman of the
Library Association Committee, S.
B, Dole, Esq., who in a few well
choson words thanked His Majesty
the King and the ladies and gentle
men who had contributed so gener
ously of their household treasures of
art and nature, and congratulated
tlm community upon the opportunity
afforded of examining so rare and
Varied a collection of interesting ob
jects. And we may add, tho com
munity arc greatly indebted for the
treat thus afforded to the until ing
industry, tasto and skill in arrange
ment of those who have had the Exhi
bition in hand. Whoever fails to
pay at least one visit to this Ex)ii
bitioiii will have reason to. regret it.
AS l BAKERY.
y. 1KHJN, Pr.ictical Confectioner, Pastry
Cook and linker.
No. 71 Hotel M. Telephone 71. C!
HOLLISTKR & Co,, Wholesale
nml Ituiall DnifrsirilH, ami Import
ers oi J uiu ToIhu'cim and GljpiiK, and
nnumi.iciurcr.-. ox ouUn, water, (Jlnj-'
w;, m,v.., ttl
UNION I'KKU COMPANY, A. IV,
llusu. Mummer, See nduutUe-
ViVv "" oilier lujjo
JJ.COd jwoknyC"' of sugar ciinm to
hand by tho Iwalani tliiu morning.
Tlt flluamer Australia got away at
7 :Hl) last evening. She took ilJO.'l
pkgs sugar, 2SI57 hags rice, l'JOO
bunches bananas, and 22 pkgs of
The Holir Caf-sie Hay ward which
arrived on the 7ti inst, 1BA days
from Humboldt, brought a cargo of
redwood lumber to Messrs Allen $
The mail by tho Australia yester
day, dispatched by the Post-Office,
comprised over 5000 letters besides
Tho largo number of passengers
from tho Colonies by the mail steam
er gave tlo city a lively appearance
yesterday, as they strolled about
inspecting things generally. Some
viailed thu Pali, some llo Park, and
they were to be met with in groups
all over tho Government House.
Many had a look in at the Loan
3- DR, ,A. 3N" I
For tho Benefit of tho Building
Fund of tho
Library & Reading Room
The above Exhibition will embrace
a l.uge collection of articles in tho
lotto wing departments:
1st Pictures mid Kusraviugs,
2ml Urourcsi, Carvlngn, Statuary anil
:trl Antiquities and Curiosities,
yth Coins, Medals, Jewels ami Laces,
nth Natural History, including Shells,
Corals. Items, &e.,
Gtli-r-Chincsu anil Jnimuesc Goods.
will be held in
(corner Fort and Queen sts.,)
Which has been kindly placed at
tho disposal of the Asa'ociution for
The Exhibition will
Monday Evan's, May 8th,
at 7:I!0, and continue ono week,
opening each day nt 11 A.st., and
closing at 10 r.sr.
Cii5w Refreshments will bo served
every day at moderate prices, as
follows: Hot and cold Lunch from
13 to 2, and Ico cream, cakes, &c,
in tho eveninjr.
Tiea'c will also be
Entertainments of Music,
Tableaux. &c, .
In the Evenings,
Single Admission 0 50
Season Tickets 2 00
Children Half price
Tickets for wdo at thu stores of J. AV.
Robertson & Co, and T. G. Thrum,
and at IJollibtor & Co's duig store.
S. 1J. Doi.n, Chairman,
II. V. l'oou, Secretary,
S3 A. J. C.iUTwmoiiT, Tieasurer.
Amoskcig and Pearl River Blue &
White, Black and Colored Blankets,
llor&o and Ico Blankets,
For bale by
78 lw A. S. Cloghorn & Co.
NOTICK Tho Drayins HiisIik.-s of
my Lite luish.ind will be cairied on
by me, in Uiomiiui manner as heretofore.
Also on hand and for sale, Firewood,
Kafciuko Salt, Whitu and llhick Sand, in
miantitles to suit..
Honolulu, Jfin-ch tl,iiw, 4
f O N F K C T 1 O N E It Y
I'. Jlplnerny, No. 71 l'ort st., above
Hotel Ma-el, kveiw iilwuyj on hand, im as.
(iiirtmcnt ol'thi- lwht irn.m.Vi .,,,,1 itv,
"''iila miuiuf.K.'tmvd confeitioaery, which
J he oilers tor tale to thu trade or at retail,
ill, ri-um;i-u Pl'ict's: a M 1 luf Lest lir:inil n'
cliolco cifjart) to ho had hi thu market,
'I hu Iii-hI ico cream, tmla water and cord
iafy Cull uud, try Hieim
1 1th oJune.
FLAGS. FUGS. FLAGS.
WK have just received a largo
and British Flags
in !5, 5 and 7 yard lengths; also Ha
waiian and American Flags, printed
on oloth, from !! s fi to 2:5 x 151 in.
For sale cheap by
85 .1, W, Kobertson & Co.
Hon. Nobles and Members
of tho Legislative Assembly !
Are hereby notified to appear at the
opening of the Session on Saturday,
April 2!Hh, at tho Legislative Hall,
which they will find at the
Honolulu Clothing Emporium
101 Foit Street.
72 A. M. MELLIS.
Hereafter taking a back seat
Will not bo dreaded so much
by persons going to
as has boon the caso in tho past.
Mr. Geo. E. Wells
Ilns imported a largo lot of
that he will furnish to parties de
siring extra seats at
Reasonable Prices !
For further particulars enquire nt
Wells' Music Stors, 107 Fort street,
Telephone 179. S3
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
At Mrs. A. M. Mollis' Cloak and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 101 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72
McChesney & Githens,
Pixi)iietors Honolulu Tannery ;
Dealers in Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Also, Groceiies, Provisions,
71 Salt, etc., etc., etc.
JOHN A. HASSINGER,
V A;eiil to take Ackuowledguieats to
Contracts for Labor. Interior lfllee,
ING WO CHAN & Co.,
22 Niiuanu street,
Importers and Dealers in Chinese
Goods and Groceries.
Always on liand, Teas of all quali
ties suitable for family or plantation
JE. WISEM'AN, 27 Merchant St.,
Itcal Kiitato Bro'..er. Umployinent
Ac;ent and General Ollleo Buslnes.s.
Telephone, No. 172. lli
JAMES IIANLON will attend to
laiuo or siok horses. Leave
orders at J. W. Robertson & Co's.
TTTANTKI), a situation as Boolc-kecp-
iV er, by a compctcut man, Addrens
A Z, J W Luntng'8 ofllcc, Alerchnnt st.
WANTKD By a joung man who Is
thoroughly conversant in KngllMi,
Kreneb, Spanish, l'orlugue.'e, Japanese
mid ChUiV'iu languages, a position as
Hook-keeper, Clerk or Interpreter.
'Apply to, I. W, Honr.KT.sox & Co. C3 lm
TTT ANTED, three gills, vouinu-
VT tjnt to trim and sow dt esses,
at Mrs. A;M. Mellib Dies, Cloak
uud Mantle Making E.stublislnneut,
lOlFotv street. 'J-i lw
MiHWMI.W"?'1"' HWWWIIIHI llllll
Prices of Cartage :
ON and AFTUH the 1st of MAY,.
1882, the following prices will
be charged ou all g
Sngar, Rice, Iron,,
Coal (loose or bagged),
Caiitaoiv-Ou all sngar and rice,,
25 ets per ton. of 2000 lbs., withiu
the following boundaries i
Steamer shed aud the City Front,, oiv
a lino of the above named, ware
house.. Also from Brewer's wbarf to the
From Esplanade to the Queen street
371 -ctspcr ton.
All sugar and rice to be delivered oa
the wharf and not on the vessels'
rail, as formerly. If delivered
on. the vessels' rail 37i
ets per ton..
Coal, bagged,. U7 1-U etsner ton, 2240 lbst
" loo.se, 50 ets.; or any parr thereof..
Lots of coal over 00 tons, 40;i'ts a ton
Carting ami iiillnsj coal, per agreement
Bricks SI per 10U0
' pressed, 91.i)0.))cr 1000.
Lime or Cement 7 1-2 ct a load;
Merchandise to hond 37 1-2-single load
" from, bond 50 ets
" to the Island steamers, and schrs,.
DO ets single load
Mobiles S7 1-2 ctf single load
General merchaudhe exclusive of tho
above clause, 37 1-2 ets load or ton
Includiug the following boundaries;
Berctauia, Alakea and Maunakca.
streets, and City Front,
Iron mid machinery 50 ets load or ton
ICxtra heavy machinery amlsuf.es as ijec-
Lumber 50 ets per 1000
Posts 1-2 cent each
Shingles r,0 ets per-10,000
Itubbish and dirt 50 ets single load'
llouts 75 ets each
Black sand per special agreement
White sand 2.50 single load
Wood 50 ets cord.
Furniture as per agreement. -
From the City Front to any of tlto-
f ollowiug places :
Kukiii street ,0.50 load;
School st. bet. Kinimut Bridge 0.75 "
Waiplula .....1.00 ,
Judd M .....1.50 "
lee works .....2.50 "
Leleo and School Ms l.u0 "
rtinui ......2.00 "
Kohololou 1.00 "
Kakaako 1.00 "
Waller (Kalihi) ,....:1.00
I'auoa 2.50 "
l'awaa 1.50 "
l'unahou ....2.00 '
lusuiu Asylum, 2.50 "
Ahipai's (J'uliiiua) 1.50 "
Queen's Ho.-pitai 0.75 "
Kerosene House .0.75 u
Oahu Prison....... 1.00 "
To Gov't. Powder Magazine, jut
loud ot ww m: or icsis .oo
From ditto ditto .Ii.00 .
IIoiiatio G. Cuauiih,,
S. M. Caiitku,
W. F. SlIAHKATT,
HunnAisn & Co.
Gr.o. II. Roiseutson,
Mits. C. P. "Waud,
77 per F. Hustnce, Manngcr
VV3LDER & Co., ,
General Agents for tho
Mutual Life Insurance Co,
of Now York,
The Largest, Safc&t and Most
Economical Life Insurance Co.,
Cash assets, - - over. S30,000,.00O
For information eouoerning tho
Company and for rates of insurauco
apply to Wji.ui:n & Co., General
Agents ; or J E Wi8tJAvK, Solicit
ing Agent.. 71,
ftCHR. GERTZ, No.. SO Foit st.
Wk. Impor'tr and dealer in Gent's,
Julie-.' ami CI Hdivn's boots, shoes ami
1. JHfflMif' ftlSf B